Ed.D. Student Nancy Boblett presented at 2013 LANSI ☆

| October 31, 2013

Titled “Gesture-Echo”, this talk describes a practice called gesture-echo, the repetition of a previously performed gesture which links the lexical affiliates of the original and its echo. The gesture-echo 1) disambiguates its lexical affiliate and 2) serves as visual shorthand, thus moving the interaction forward quickly and efficiently.